Rear Turn Signals Delete/Relocation


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  • #745
    Anonymous

    Reworked the license plate bracket for a more minimal look. Relocated the turn signals using LED strips w/ LED resistors (no hyper flashing).  Tapped into the turn signal harness using Posi-Tap so that it’s non invasive. License plate light is still operative and the harness itself remains untouched, just unplugged.

    edit: the height of the turn signals are at their lowest in terms of visibility for motorists to see behind me at any safe and discernible view. Any lower and the tires would block it on rebound.

    #750
    Travis
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    Very cool.

     

    What bar end mirrors are those??

    #755
    Anonymous

    They’re just some china ones that I had laying around. 3 inch folding ones. Left and Right.https://vitpilenforum.com/wp-content/uploads/hm_bbpui/755/0sippruz0326h6tkexfwbw6dnd26k36a.jpg

    #768
    Travis
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    I like them. How was installation?

    Did you have to remove the stock weights and they just threaded in and expanded?

    #773
    Anonymous

    Installation was easy. Removed the stock weights and thread in the new bar end that has the expanding sleeve. The stock bar end is considerably heavier (for more vibration dampening?), but removing them didn’t seem like it affected my ride.

    https://www.amazon.com/Foldable-Mirrors-Davidson-Kawasaki-Cruiser/dp/B01MYZ8GPF/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1527623700&sr=8-7&keywords=bar+end+mirrors

    this looks exactly like the one i have. it comes with 2 expanding sleeves that stack to fit larger diameter handle bars, but you’ll only need the smaller one.

    #839
    Anonymous

    Can the moderators move this thread over to parts and accessories?

    #1053
    GorData
    Participant

    Can you point me to the LED turn signals and resistors you used?

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